Mythogeography and The Book of the English Oak

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Phil Smith, Mythogeography. This manifesto revisits the text above it in the third person of the ‘Crab Man’, who walked from Manchester to Northampton looking for trees planted by Charles Hurst, the acorn-casting author of The Book of the English Oak (1911)

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